This article is taken from my book “Tarotgenics” which I am currently writing – you can find the latest updates by clicking on the “my writings” section of this site.
Why Do We Need Tarotgenics?
It is not a question of needing Tarotgenics, the question is much bigger, we need a way to see through the tangled web of evil to see its “non-reality” when it presents itself. The idea that one man is nothing more than skull and tissue, is the starting point which allows him indulgence in the idea that his neighbour is different and somehow “bad”.based on simple thing like skin colour or more complex opinions. This idea is then taken by the media and catapulted to anyone who listens. As we will see as we read further in this book, it is not simply the media which catapults this view forward, it is part of a much darker thinking process which although non-reality, can darken our thought process to allow evil inside our thinking. It does not even need to have a catapult – it indeed has its own mesmeric ways or working based on the darkened thoughts of man and his low opinion of himself and others. This gives life to the non-reality as part of a larger illusionary process.
The question is then asked “do we really need tarot cards for that, are they themselves not evil?” The answer is no, they are not, they were demonised by certain religious groups for reasons which are unclear, citing Devils and Demons. Divination has been part of humanity´s experience since time immemorial. The images on some cards like the “death” card has also invoked ideas of suffering and pain based on ideas about Moral Duality (already defined earlier) but as we will see, the cards will be used to take ourselves higher, not lower in our thinking. Away from “he said, she said” into simply “being”
The world right now lacks a system that proves good in our lives, a system which does not condemn us. Let me give you an example:
Today I went to a service in a local Church. It is a very old building, gothic looking. It is easy to sense a time honoured God or perhaps hooded monks shuffling around. It belongs to the Church of Scotland , since the middle ages.
Whilst well meaning, the Minister reminded us that we all have limitations and then went on to say how we should embrace those limitations to know God better. Wrapping up with the idea that we are not all supposed to be “engineers”. (I have no idea where she picked that particular profession from).
It would explain why the place was empty as well as why Church is a turn off for most. Presbyterian thinking is known for this embodiment of suffering which you are supposed to just live with. Who would anyone pay/donate money to hear that? A dogma which says “are you downtrodden? Good and don’t try to get up because that´s where your God wants you, to find a gift for him”. If Presbyterian thinking can overlook the first five books of the New Testament and the beautiful healings and miracles of Jesus, then I can overlook and refute the weird Presbyterian doctrine of suffering being God’s plan for me. This type of imposition of thinking upon another person is mesmeric hypnotic and disgraceful. It traps people in disease and leads them to death by something akin to 15th century witchcraft trials. (for which Presbyterian thinking (Moral Duality) was also responsible). I want to think that Tarot card readers have moved on from that, but I fear not. They often work in this web of Moral Duality, just as we ll do, its incredibly subtle.
For me, “God” removes any limitations I have and encourages me to be better. I don’t think religion can be used as an excuse not to search desperately to know “God” better. “God” makes us better, not worse.We don’t have to accept other people’s opinions about our spirituality, health or indeed anything, just because they wear a collar of religion or white medical coat.
You and your relationship with “God” can only be “good” loving, pure and healing. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. These people´s opinions have controlled us for too long. Its time to change.